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Christmas Card

'Silent Footfall' Specially painted for the Injured Jockeys Fund by Daniel Crane. Pack of 10 cards. Approximate dimensions 180mm x 120mm.  

Product Code: 10001

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Usually despatched within 2 days.

£7.50

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Average user review:
(10 reviews)
Alexander

Posted: 13 Dec 2018 10:54am

Fantastic cards once again by the IJF. I buy regularly every year and I have never had any issues. Customer service was brilliant as well.

 
Beth

Posted: 13 Dec 2018 09:55am

I love these cards and this painting scene. The artist is so clever and its such an atmospheric sky!! I bought 3 packs and all arrived promptly and in great condition. A worthy cause and I am happy to pay the premium to support the charity's work, which is what its all about. Paying that bit extra to make a donation. Well done guys!! keep up the amazing work

 
Gillian

Posted: 08 Dec 2018 05:41pm

I purchased 4 packs of Christmas cards at Newbury racecourse during last week's Ladbrokes Winter Carnival meeting. I love the cards, but the envelopes are dreadful. I've only been able to use 10 as the remainder are stuck down on one side and I cannot unpeel them without tearing the envelope rendering them useless. Trying to find an envelope to fit the card exactly is almost impossible. Very disappointed as we like to support the IJF every year purchasing cards and calendars.

 
Toscadog

Posted: 04 Dec 2018 02:27pm

I usually purchase my packs from the racecourse. Left is a bit late this year so decided to order direct. Like the other purchasers below I cannot believe £4.95 for postage. Would normally donate an extra fiver for the cause. This year it has already been taken as postage!

 
Brian Munick

Posted: 29 Nov 2018 02:52pm

I buy these cards every year and each year the postage charges creep up. £7.50 for a pack of cards is great, and all for a good cause. But when I seen the £4.95 for postage, I felt conned.

 
Egg Dunking Organiser

Posted: 28 Nov 2018 05:10pm

My family and friends eagerly await the arrival of the IJF card every year. Some of their children who have rarely met me, and ask who I am, are told 'he's the one who sends horsey cards'. This card looks good and will, I'm sure, be well received once again. Perhaps you can consider a card for next year that can be annotated and emailed so to avoid such large postage costs.

 
SAINTOJO

Posted: 22 Nov 2018 08:51pm

I would donate, but I think postage is expensive even though I have bought !!

 
Richard & Elaine

Posted: 15 Nov 2018 03:16pm

We shall not be purchasing the cards this year because whilst the scene is beautiful and well presented we don't appreciate the rear views of the horses and riders and their attire. IJF will continue to benefit from our support.

 
Claire

Posted: 03 Oct 2018 02:22pm

I love Daniels art, hes so clever. Love this card.

 
Paul

Posted: 26 Sep 2018 02:01pm

A great scene and the artists work is always excellent. A brilliant card.

 

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